This report analyzes the health and socioeconomic well-being of older adults and recommends ways Malaysia can provide affordable care for its steadily ageing population.
Indonesia Needs to Strengthen Startup Ecosystem to Ensure More Companies Survive the ‘Valley of Death’Improving quality of incubators and accelerators, financial access for early-stage startups, and talent development are needed to bolster startups, says ADB report.
Tags: Indonesia, Information and communications technology, Private sector development, Sustainable Development Goals, Health, Education, Environment, Climate change and disaster risk management, Agriculture and food security
With their proven utility in existing industries, digital twins offer the potential to help organizations and society at large navigate upcoming changes to how we work and live.
Policymakers, health and social sector planners, and ICT professionals shared lessons and best practices at a training program in Seoul.
This report analyzes the prospects for tech startups in agriculture, the green economy, health, and education.
An Indonesian nonprofit provides affordable healthcare and alternative livelihoods in West Kalimantan to encourage local communities to protect and preserve climate-critical forests.
The report analyzes the startup ecosystem in Singapore and provides recommendations for other countries.
Decarbonizing the sector entails shifting to renewable energy, embracing the circular economy model, adopting net-zero healthcare, greening the pharmaceutical supply chain, and producing low-carbon pharmaceuticals.
This working paper explains how addressing development challenges that cut across human, animal, and ecological health needs an integrated, collaborative approach involving multiple sectors, disciplines, and levels of government.